This video is called Sumatran Elephant Emergency Appeal.
It says about itself:
26 June 2014
An emergency appeal has been launched by the Rapid Response Facility (RRF) for local conservation group HAkA, in response to a significant increase in poaching of Sumatran elephants in Aceh, Indonesia.
The appeal will allow the HAkA teams (made up of local community members and trained conservation professionals) to carry out essential patrols in the Leuser ecosystem throughout July, to remove snares from this key Sumatran elephant corridor during the most intense hunting period.
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Wildlife Extra adds:
There are just 500 Sumatran elephants, which are the smallest of the Asian elephants, left and they live in fragmented habitats, as almost 70 per cent of elephant-suitable habitat has been destroyed in the last 25 years.
And conservationists fear that an increase in poaching could drive this number down even further.
In the first five months of this year, local conservation group HAkA has found and destroyed 139 snares – already more than in the whole of 2013.
Limited forest cover also means that elephants can easily be trapped in small areas, making them easier targets for poachers.